Ever since I was
a little girl, I've always loved birds. My dad never tires of
telling me of a conversation he and I had when I was about three
years old. We were in our yard watching the birds. One robin
flew right in front of us and started pecking into the ground,
no doubt looking for a worm.
I looked at
the robin, turned to my dad and said, "Daddy, birds are
magic, aren't they?"
He smiled and
asked me why I said that. To this day, I can hear my dad tell
me the answer I gave him.
they can fly, can you?"
Yes, I love
birds. Birding is a great hobby. Bird watchers of all kinds are
welcome to this site.
you find at this website?
I think of
this birding website as a special place where both novice birders,
as well as experienced ones, could find lots of valuable information.
In a way, this birding website does not only function as a storage
site for birding articles, but it also serves as a comprehensive
directory for all things pertaining to birds and the wonderful
hobby of birding.
There are lots
of birding resources here. I've tried to include a variety of
different topics of interest to birders. Naturally, I may have
under-emphasized some or even inadvertently left out others altogether.
In any event, I will be working constantly to make this site,
with its birding resources, birding articles and all things birding,
one of the best there is.
are resource links that will lead you to pages where we discuss
birdhouses and nesting. Then there are links that will take you
to the world of hummingbirds or to pages and pages of resources
about parrots, macaws, purple martins and other fine feathered
Are you interested in binoculars for birding or about various types of hummingbird food? Would you like to find out more about backyard birds and what types of birdseed they love? Would you like to look for a
to make your vision better for bird watching? Consider the links on this site as a special directory of birding information. It was put together with you, my reader, in mind.
It is my hope
to expand this birding site to include birds from all over the
world. It is a daunting task, but it will be accomplised by doing
a little at a time.
My dad tells
me of his adventures in different lands and climes. He speaks
of the tiny, beautifully colored birds he saw when on safari
in Africa. I have listened to him describe the South American
Kiskadee and the seashore birds of Guyana. His tales of his friends
of the air always leave me with a sense of joy. I look forward
to sharing some of these stories with you.
If you have
articles or stories of birds, and if you'd like to have them
published on this website, please drop me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'll look at
them. Perhaps there are many who would love to read your stories.
And, of course, digital pictures will be most welcome.
So thank you
for visiting this birding website. Come back again and again.
Here is a special website that
I highly recommend (it's called the Fat Birder):
Copyright 2004-2009 ©
by Malika Harricharan
Malika Harricharan, MEH and Associates
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
malika at birdingclub.com (change the "at" into "@" and remove spaces).
This was done to prevent automatic harvesting of emails by spammers.